I have spent considerable time in Southeast Asia. I'm absolutely in love with Thai food (but who isn't??!). This is my favorite breakfast. I eat it all the time. And for those of you who are a bit leery of the flavors at breakfast... give it a chance, you might be surprised. Or at the very least, you can pull this recipe out to impress your hip visitors.
- 1.5 cup rice noodles
- 2 eggs (local or organic if you can!)
- 4 TBSP sesame oil
- 4 TBSP Braggs Liquid Soy
- 2 cups baby greens ( I like Claytonia, but spinach would work)
- 1 TBSP black sesame seeds (if you're feeling fancy)
- Soak rice noodles in hot tap water for 10 minute- or until el dente, then drain. Do NOT boil them. That is a guaranteed path of sadness, to a soggy blob of noodles.
- Beat eggs in a bowl.
- Heat sesame oil in pan, add noodles, and Braggs. Stir for a few minutes then pour in eggs. 'Scramble' the mixture like you would regular scrambled eggs, so the eggs and noodles get nice and intimate. When eggs are cooked, transfer onto a plate of greens. Drizzle with Sriracha and sesame seeds, add more Braggs if desired.
NOTE: The hot sauce works best with a little amount. It's meant to complement the other flavors, not to make it spicy! ( unless that's exactly what you want; then carry on.)